On September 26, the capital of Ukraine will host the second Kyiv iGaming Affiliate Conference, an event for affiliates, managers of gambling companies and affiliate networks, online gambling operators, advertisers, developers, and SEO specialists.
What’s new in the program?
Mobile gambling becomes more and more popular. Therefore, we will examine it from all angles:
- Vitaliy Stetsenko, Founder of Initium Group, will explain how to design efficient creatives and bundles for gambling mobile apps;
- Maxim Kirienko, Head of mobile at the international marketing agency Digital Choo, will tell attendees how to drive traffic to a betting app properly.
Besides, speakers will share insights about developing iGaming apps, generating their traffic, and working with the mobile audience.
This year, experts will pay special attention to betting, smart contracts, as well as Revenue Share and CPA models.
Roman Bout, Founder of Quints, will reveal how operators can survive while shifting from Revenue Share to CPA, while Tatiana Nasonova, CEO at Gambling.pro, will highlight what kind of collaboration between webmasters and operators gives the best result.
We also have great news for those searching for the balance between gambling, betting, and esports: the event will feature a panel discussion titled ‘Casino, gambling, esports: Finding the right balance’. How to find the balance between gambling, casinos, and esports? Which of these areas should one focus on this year? How to find a proper correlation in order to pay attention to all the sectors? The discussion will be interesting to affiliates and arbitrage specialists as well as online casino owners and operators.
Networking and private party
Another significant part of the program is communication: the event will bring together all like-minded fellows from gambling, betting, SEO, legal backing, and advertising sectors. Sharing of contacts, useful acquaintances, and common search for solutions are guaranteed!
Moreover, there will be a private party specially for VIP ticket owners, allowing to talk to speakers, potential investors, and other participants in informal surroundings.